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Clayton Morris

Clayton Morris
Born (1976-12-31) December 31, 1976
Occupation Co-host of Fox & Friends Weekend
(Fox News Channel)
Spouse(s) Natali Morris; 2 children

Clayton Morris (born December 31, 1976) is a co-host of Fox & Friends Weekend on Fox News Channel and a former co-host of The Daily Buzz. He covers consumer technology for Fox and hosts weekly technology segments for Fox News Radio and

Morris graduated with a bachelor's degree from the University of Pittsburgh in 1999.[1] He attended Wilson High School (Spring Township, Pennsylvania) and is a frequent guest-panelist on the Fox News late-night satire show, Red Eye w/ Greg Gutfeld.

He and his wife, Natali Morris[2][3] have a son. They announced on October 27, 2011 that they were expecting a second child[4][5]

Morris is a resident of Maplewood, New Jersey.[6]

FOX 29

The Delaware Valley's local news station, FOX 29 (WTXF), shows Good Day Philadelphia on weekday mornings. Clayton Morris originally co-hosted the show with Sheinelle Jones in the time when FOX 29 began their evening newscasts. He was no longer present after The Morning Show with Mike & Juliet was cancelled and replaced with another hour of Good Day Philadelphia. He was replaced with Mike Jerrick.


  1. ^ "Clayton Morris". LinkedIn. Retrieved 2010-09-29. 
  2. ^ "Video -". 2010-07-31. Retrieved 2010-09-29. 
  3. ^ "Twitter: Natali Del Conte on her baby". Retrieved 2010-09-29. 
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  6. ^ Cardwell, Diane. "LEDs Emerge as a Popular ‘Green’ Lighting", The New York Times, January 21, 2013. Accessed January 21, 2013. "'One day I randomly walked into a Home Depot and thought, LED — when did that happen?' said Clayton Morris, 36, a host of Fox & Friends Weekend, who was buying the bulbs in Vauxhall as part of his project to slowly replace the incandescent light bulbs in his Maplewood home."

External links

  • Official website
  • Clayton Morris on Twitter
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